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Cougars beat Washington, look forward to season ender in Hawaii

PULLMAN, Wash. - They're probably still celebrating on the Palouse.  Washington State beat Washington Saturday afternoon at Martin Stadium for the fourth time in five years.

The win washed away a seven game losing streak and talk of being the worst team in PAC-10 history.  And now, with a conference win under their belts, head coach Paul Wulff said his team finally has something on which to build for the future.

The Cougars came from behind, knocking a field goal through the uprights with :28 remaining in regulation to force overtime.  Two overtimes later, the Huskies missed a field goal.  The Cougars made their attempt and won the game 16-13.

The loss left the Huskies as the only winless team in the nation, with an 0-11 record and an 0-8 PAC-10 record.

The Cougars improved to 2-10 and 1-8 in the PAC-10.  They have a chance at 3-10 next Saturday, as the team will travel to play Hawaii in its final game of the season.

Hawaii (6-5) is coming off a 49-17 win over the Idaho Vandals.

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